The Caddo Herald
February 13, 1903
Mrs. Olive Wakefield of Carthage, Mo. and Miss Neil M. Wakefield of Coalgate, visited Mrs. LeRoy Long in Caddo last week, returning home Sunday.
L. J. Paddock, Dr. W. R. Bowman, Nelson White, and I. S. Row, are new subscribers to The Herald. We have room on our books for more, all of whom we are glad to get.
Mrs. M. H. Hawkins died at her home twelve miles east of town, Tuesday evening at 3 o’clock. She was buried in the Caddo cemetery Wednesday evening at the same hour.
R. T. Lynch returned from St. Louis Wednesday. He reports Mrs. Lynch as getting along nicely, and that she will be home in a few weeks. All of which their friends are glad to hear.
J. B. Blockman _ _ _ (can’t read) in Caddo Monday. He was here in the interest of a blind school which is located at Fort Gibson. He intended to lecture here but the inclement weather kept away the audience.
A special sale on high grade men’s clothing. Don’t buy until you see what we offer. We’re not selling them at cost, but meet other prices. A. S. Rutherford & Co.
A very important person will soon be in the city, Horatio Xerxes Booth, the independent representative of the American Congress in Jule Walter’s Side Tracked, who will lecture at the opera house February 18th.
Mrs. LeRoy Long attended the tin wedding reception given by Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ralls at Atoka Tuesday night. It was the occasion of their tenth wedding anniversary. To this reception three hundred guests were invited.
You are requested to attend the grand spelling match between the pupils of the Squash Vine and Oak Ridge schools at the Methodist church Friday night (tonight). Admission 10 cents. Prizes awarded.
W. M. Carter and Dr. Alex Scaggs were in Caddo form Caney Tuesday. Dr. Scaggs has recently moved to Caney from Rowan County, Kentucky, and is a most excellent gentlemen and The Herald appreciates a call from both of these citizens.
I have procured the services of O. C. Kennedy of Weatherford, Texas who is a fine operator in all kinds of photo work, and am making good work now at the lowest possible prices. He will be with me but one week. W. W. Clinkscales
When you lack energy, do not relish your food, feel dull and stupid after eating, all you need is a dose of Chamberlain’s stomach and liver tablets. They will make you feel like a new man and give you an appetite like a bear. For sale by W. P. Wood
The ex-Confederates are requested to meet at the Mayor’s office in Caddo, Friday afternoon, February 20, at a2 o’clock. Important business to transact; also will elect officers. B. S. Ellis, Commander, Caddo Camp
Wednesday night the young people of Atoka gave a really swell dance. From Caddo Mesdames C. E. McPherren, H. T. Styron, L. R. Teubner, and Miss Nellie Folsom and Messrs. C. E. Mc_, W. R. McBride, Amos K. Bass, and W. D. Maxwell, were in attendance, returning yesterday morning.
Saturday was the eleventh birthday of Neva Joe Ray, and it was the occasion of a pretty party given to her young friends at her home on Russell Street. The young folks enjoyed themselves from two to six o’clock, then going home and lamenting the fact that birthdays were a year apart.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boone returned Saturday after a two day’s visit to the former’s relatives at Honey Grove, and are now at home to friends at the residence of W. D. Harrison, where they have taken rooms. They have been receiving the congratulations of their many Caddo friends since their return.